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Published Short Fiction

Responding to School Shootings: Six Proposals, and Some Anticipated Drawbacks in failbetter

The Interpretation of Dreams in The Adroit Journal

Bull & Finches in Tin House

Brothers in Ghost Parachute

After Landing at Heathrow International, One Week After the Bombs (14 July 2005) in Meridian

Mrs. Rosen at the End of the World in The Seattle Review

Come to Bratislava! in Big Fiction

Streets of Water, Walls of Glass in PANK

The Weigh-In in West Branch

King of the Apes in Arcadia Magazine

Floater in Sub-Terrain

Surprise Me With Something Familiar in Sou’wester

Short Story Contest Winners

My Neighbor the Pilot
Winner, Texas Observer Short Story Contest

Better This Way
Winner, Austin Chronicle Short Story Contest

The Quiet Hunt
Winner, Avery Anthology Small Spaces Prize


On Raking Up the Dead: How the unusual afterlife of a Prussian servant sheds light on social-media comeuppance in the time of COVID-19 in BLAST by The Missouri Review

The Word Made Flesh in Southern Humanities Review

The Trump Administration Has Finally Brought Us to Dystopia in The Millions

Trigger Warning: Reflections on Politeness, Dystopia, and Concealed Firearms in the College Classroom in The Texas Review

When the Levee Breaks in Southern Quarterly

Book Reviews

An Inventory of Erasure: Limbo and Lucidity in Valeria Luiselli’s Lost Children Archive in Porter House Review

Scholarly Work

(Coming soon)